U.S. crude oil fell more to below $91 over concerns that new sanctions against Russia will weaken oil demand amid ample supplies and a strong dollar.» Read More
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The entire energy complex closed up as crude ended the day above $103/barrel. Growing demand in China is one reason. Meanwhile, natural gas climbed above $6, as a colder-than-expected forecast drove prices higher.
Google is moving to solar, wind and other alternative energies to power its data centers and banks of servers.
Neil Atkinson, Head of Analysis, Lloyd's List Intelligence says that the U.S. cannot drill its way to lower energy prices.
Some vehicles can lose as much as a third of their fuel economy when the temperature drops to 20 degrees, new research says.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Economic data tomorrow morning will likely drive markets. The Fed minutes will likely give an idea of the strength of the economy.
U.S. stock index futures turned higher early Tuesday, with Wall Street reopening after the President's Day long weekend.
John Hofmeister, Citizens for Affordable Energy CEO, shares his opinions on the challenges facing the Keystone pipeline.
Crude rose as robust demand for heating purposes from North America and a weak dollar offset concerns over disappointing U.S. data.
Stubbornly high prices may indicate otherwise, but a host of forces are conspiring to bring down gasoline demand in the United States.
Nuclear power is gaining currency in the global energy mix and can help fight global warming, says former N.J. Gov. Christie Whitman.
The plant, which took almost four years to complete, officially opened on Thursday, the first of its kind. It could also be the last.
Those who dismiss technologies like shale extraction as niche developments do so at their peril, writes Mark Haefele from UBS Wealth Management.
With shares of Tesla hitting an all-time high, another fire involving the Model S is raising new questions about the popular electric car.
Turmoil in emerging markets due to the tapering of liquidity by the U.S. Federal Reserve is set to take its toll on global oil demand, according to the IEA.
Brent crude oil steadied above $109 a barrel on Monday, supported by a weak dollar, supply disruptions and a severe winter across North America that has boosted heating demand.
Gasoline could jump anywhere from 15 to 40 cents a gallon over the next several months, but it could be one of the cheapest summer driving seasons in several years.
A train carrying crude oil derailed in Vandergrift in western Pennsylvania on Thursday, the company confirmed.
Crude eased on Friday as downbeat U.S. economic data outweighed supply disruptions in Libya and Angola.
Neil Beveridge, Senior Oil Analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein tells CNBC's Cash Flow why he thinks oil markets will remain balanced in 2014.
Further depreciation in emerging market currencies could seriously dent oil demand in large emerging economics, OPEC warned on Wednesday.
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